Chuck Hurd, 38, left, makes an appearance in Judge Christy Mahn Sell's courtroom Wednesday morning during a preliminary hearing on 48 wildlife law violation charges in  in correlation to the transportation of snakes.
Staff Photo by Dan Henry/Chattanooga Times Free Press
Chuck Hurd, 38, left, makes an appearance in Judge Christy Mahn Sell's courtroom Wednesday morning during a preliminary hearing on 48 wildlife law violation charges in in correlation to the transportation of snakes. Staff Photo by Dan Henry/Chattanooga Times Free Press
published Wednesday, March 30th, 2011
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Friends of an East Ridge man who died from a copperhead bite in January — including three men who took snakes from the victim’s home before state wildlife officers arrived to investigate the death — were allowed more time Wednesday to decipher the charges against them.

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